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She persisted around the world : 13 women who changed history —Clinton, Chelsea, author.

Women around the world have long dreamed big, even when they've been told their dreams didn't matter. They've spoken out, risen up and fought for what's right, even when they've been told to be quiet. Whether in science,...

Who was Marie Curie? —Stine, Megan, author.

"Born in Warsaw, Poland on November 7, 1867, Marie Curie was forbidden to attend the male-only University of Warsaw, so she enrolled at the Sorbonne in Paris to study physics and mathematics. There she met a professor na...

The value of learning the story of Marie Curie —Johnson, Ann Donegan.
Hardcover Book
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A brief biography emphasizing the importance of learning in the life of the scientist who was awarded the Nobel prize for her work in chemistry.

How they croaked : the awful ends of the awfully famous —Bragg, Georgia, author.

A look at the deaths of several famous people throughout history and the circumstances surrounding those deaths.

Marie Curie —Sánchez Vegara, Ma Isabel (María Isabel), author.

"In the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the lives of outstanding people from designers and artists to scientists. All of them went on to achieve incredible things, yet all of them began life as a little child ...

The life of Marie Curie —Kent, Jane, author.

"At a time when women weren?t welcome in the world of science, Marie Curie made her mark on history. She was the very first woman to become a professor of physics in the Sorbonne, where she had studied, and even went on ...

The science and technology of Marie Curie —Knutson, Julie, author.

COMPANION TO: BEN FRANKLIN, ISBN 9781647410186. Don't miss this science biography that delves into the world of Marie Curie, a person who revolutionized the way we perceive the universe while getting the world to questio...

Famous people in history II —Soames, Nicolas, 1950-
Book On CD
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Here are the stories of nine people whose energy, imagination, courage and determination changed the world.

Something out of nothing : Marie Curie and radium —McClafferty, Carla Killough, 1958-

Meet Manya Sklodowska, better known today as Marie Curie, the co-discoverer of radium, and who became the first woman awarded the Nobel prize for her work on the discovery. Learn what life was like for Marie, and the eff...

Marie Curie : a life of discovery —Milani, Alice, 1986- author, illustrator.

"In her intensely researched, inventively drawn exploration of Marie Curie's life, artist Alice Milani follows the celebrated Polish scientist from Curie's time as a struggling governess to her years in France making bre...

I am Marie Curie —Meltzer, Brad, author.

"A biography of Marie Curie, the physicist and chemist who was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize."-- Provided by publisher.

Marie Curie —Demi, author, illustrator.

Marie Curie was a revolutionary scientist who earned two degrees, discovered two elements, and was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize (as well as the first person to win two).

Marie Curie : discoverer of radium —Poynter, Margaret.

A biography of Marie Curie, who won two Nobel Prizes for discovering radium and polonium.

Marie Curie and the power of persistence —Valenti, Karla, author.

Super Evil Nemesis is determined to thwart Marie Curie. He sends one of his craftiest minions on a mission to try all the tricks he knows. Marie Curie must use her brains and will to fight against all the obstacles that ...

Marie Curie and radioactivity —Miller, Connie Colwell, 1976-
Graphic Novel
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"In graphic novel format, tells the story of Marie Curie's discovery of radium and radioactivity"--Provided by publisher.

Marie Curie and her daughter Irene —Pflaum, Rosalynd.

Presents the life stories of Marie Curie, dicoverer of radium, polonium, and natural radiation, and her daughter Irene Joliot-Curie, discoverer of artificial radiation.

The Curies and radioactivity —Lin, Yoming S.

Describes the lives and accomplishments of the famous chemists, from their personal and professional lives to how their scientific research on radioactivity is still used today.

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